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BioloMix 3rd Gen Smart Wifi Control Sous Vide Cooker 1200W + Sealer + Bags £65.09 Delivered with code @ AliExpress / Biolomix Official Store
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Posted 24th AugPosted 24th AugShipping from ChinaShipping from China
BioloMix 3rd Gen Smart Wifi Control Sous Vide Cooker 1200W + Sealer + Bags £65.09 Delivered with code @ AliExpress / Biolomix Official Store£65.09 Free P&P FreeAliExpress Deals
Great reviews for this 3rd generation sous vide cooker from Biolomix. This model comes with WiFi control so you can monitor your cooking remotely, and the bundle also includes a se… Read more
Daryl_Edwards

Chinese are cooking up everything

kobrakaan1

who would of thought a wi-fi enabled boil in the bag would be a thing of the future (y) (lol)

umirza85

Will wait for anyone who actually has this to comment but at first glance this seems like an excellent deal.

VPCOK Sous Vide Cooker - £49.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
VPCOK Sous Vide Cooker - £49.99 @ Amazon£49.99Amazon Deals
Seems like a decent deal for a sous vide cooker. Reviews look good but probably need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Voucher code is on the page A friend of mine has the Chef… Read more
danzab

Yes if you leave it cooking long enoug

brommy

Killing bacteria is about heat AND time. Bacteria are killed with short blast of high heat or a long period of lower heat. I’ve eaten dozens of chicken breasts cooked to just 65C for 90 minutes, with zero health issues, because any bacteria present can’t hack it at that temperature for that long time. Similar to placing your hand in 65C water - for a second or two it will feel very hot but no damage is done (perhaps some temporary skin reddening); leave your hand in for an hour and you’ve cooked it dead! You can google pasteurisation time and temperature charts if you're overly concerned.

brommy

I’m a big fan of Gugal! (y)

Savingsmad

Great so this let's you heat food to below the minimum safe temperature for serving 70 c or 82c in Scotland. A lot of these low temperatures won't kill bacteria and may even be ideal for them to reproduce

random_dude

Newbie question.. These are good for cooking cheaper cuts of meat, correct? Do they get hot enough to render the fat down?

Russell Hobbs 25630 Slow Cooker and Sous Vide Water Bath, 6.5 Litre - £59.99 Delivered @ Robert Dyas (UK Mainland)
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Russell Hobbs 25630 Slow Cooker and Sous Vide Water Bath, 6.5 Litre - £59.99 Delivered @ Robert Dyas (UK Mainland)£59.99£99.9940% off Free P&P FreeRobert Dyas Deals
Having just bought the Silvercrest Vacuum sealer from the Lidl's deal this weekend to help keep food fresh & being a lover of a nice bit of rib-eye steak. I decided to look int… Read more
LiTtLE_DeE

The point is the test concludes that you can get the best Sous Vide cooking results without circulation if you have a machine that can heat the water from all sides evenly & maintain the correct steady temperatures as the convection currents produced by the heat means this type of Sous vide cooking doesn't need circulation to get the best results. The wand Sous Vide machines have to circulate the liquid as the wand can only heat the water from one end of the bath therefore the water would not be able to maintain an even temperature without circulation. I saw the same test with another cheaper stationary machine & it got pretty much the same results. You mentioned last week that you had an instant pot & it got me thinking. I got one of them last year from the USA but couldn’t use it out the box as they use 110 volts across the pond to our 220v. So I put it to one side until I could figure out a way to get it running. Anyway after your comment, I decided to dig it out from the back of the cupboard & see if I could get it working. I found this little gadget on Amazon called a step up/down transformer so decided to give it a try & low & behold it actually worked beautifully. I now have a fully working Instant Pot Smart Wi-Fi pressure cooker. The extra bonus was the once I got the Smart app up & running. I found a firmware update was available for the instant pot which added a new Sous Vide function to the pressure Cooker. I owe you a big thank you ‘cos If you hadn’t mentioned your Instant pot it would still be sitting in the box gathering dust in the back of my cupboard. (y)

TechnoDonkey

Taking a look now, but bear in mind the SvS is a £450 machine

LiTtLE_DeE

Just watched a very interesting comparison video on Sous Vide everything channel on Youtube. They compare the four top Sous Vide circlulaters including the Anove Precison, the joule to a non circulating machine & I think you might find their conclusions quite interesting. (y) Best Sous Vide Machine, Our opinions & thoughts

LiTtLE_DeE

I wasn't aware that insta pot had a sous vide version or I might have even looked into that option. Oh well too late 'cos I've ordered it now. Should be here at some time today. Got a nice 1kg Côte De Boeuf rib-eye steak in the freezer just waiting to try out the sous vide bath function. I only hope it will fit in the pot. (lol)

TechnoDonkey

Appreciate it would probably work well, but I think that's probably a lot more faff than just using a circulator, as you can get them for the same price as this. As I say, if you need the slow cooker function then it makes it a more attractive option but I think every house has a slow cooker buried at the back of the cupboard anyway. I did look at the Instant Pot sous vide version but the advice was that a circulator is more accurate and reliable, especially if you're using water displacement in a ziplock bag and are cooking things at a particularly low temperature to pasteurise it - eg chicken breasts. If the water is circulating constantly then I feel that you're less likely to need to worry about air pockets and hot spots. Might be wrong but it's just my thoughts.

Russell Hobbs 25630 Slow Cooker and Sous Vide Water Bath, 6.5 Litre, Black - Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.- £59.99 @ Amazon
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Russell Hobbs 25630 Slow Cooker and Sous Vide Water Bath, 6.5 Litre, Black - Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.- £59.99 @ Amazon£59.99£129.9954% offAmazon Deals
Having just bought the Silvercrest Vacuum sealer from Lidl's this weekend to help keep food fresh & being a lover of a nice bit of rib-eye steak. I decided to look into a Sous … Read more
nonumb

That is interesting. May be because the heating is integrated into the bath structure but looking at the troubleshooting on it covering too much of the base can cause issues achieving/maintaining the correct temperature. If putting in say a chunky frozen bit of meat I'd expect more variation in water temperature with a convection vs circulator. Perhaps though this variation is so minimal it doesn't really impact performance. Especially on a premium unit.

LiTtLE_DeE

Just watched a very interesting comparison video on Sous Vide everything channel on Youtube. They compare the four top Sous Vide circlulation Cookers including the Anove Precison, the joule to a non circulating machine & I think you might find their conclusions quite interesting. (y) Best Sous Vide Machine, Our opinions & thoughts

LiTtLE_DeE

Thanks for the info, I'm actually in the market for a bigger slow cooker than my old one anyway so this may just fit the bill as the slow cooker is not only larger than my current cooker but has three settings, High, Low & warm all of which are time adjustable. The whole sous vide cooking process is all new to me personally but according to this video on youtube, circulation also takes place in this pot. I'll link it straight to this guys explanaition in the video becuase the first 20 minutes or so is just him rambling on & cooking. Besides, I'm probably only going to use the sous vide function for the odd bit of Steak. Be interesting to see how it compares to a reverse searing a nice 1kg Rib-eye on the bone providing it will fit in the pot. BTW, this video's for the Black and Decker 7 quart Sous Vide/Slow Cooker which seems to be the same as this pot only the USA only version.

nonumb

I'm sure it's pretty good just with a cold bit of meat the heat distribution might not be as good with diffusion vs circulation. All our water baths in work (lab not food) are circulation for this reason. Having said that it'd only be a potential concern if cooking right to the minimum recommendation on time and I typically cook a bit longer. If I didn't have a slow cooker and sous vide already I'd be tempted.

LiTtLE_DeE

Apparentely as it heats the water from the bottom & all sides at the same time. The pot is able to heat the water to an even heated temperature & therefore doesn't need to circulate the water. Unlike your conventional sous vide machine that only heats the water at the element entry point into the water bath so needs to circulate the water to get an even heat temperature throughout the whole sous vide bath.

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Russell Hobbs 25630 Slow Cooker and Sous Vide Water Bath - £59.99 at Amazon
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Posted 27th FebPosted 27th Feb
It's only ever been this price once before (about this time, last year) on Amazon.
robatt

No longer this price on Amazon today, but Robert Dyas have it at £59.99, with a code for free delivery if anyone still interested. I looked at turning my very old slow cooker into a cheap sous vide cooker but the available thermostatic controllers all seem a bit dodgy so I'll give this a go, noting the caveats mentioned.

cowbutt

The key part of sous vide cooking is keeping the water consistently at the set temperature: no higher and no lower. Too high, and the food will overcook. Too low, and it'll undercook (or quite possibly even encourage the growth of harmful organisms). And that's a problem I see with this cooker: the probe is only measuring the temperature of the water at one fixed point, unlike a wand which (I think) includes a pump to force circulation, and get a more accurate reading for the entire tank of water.

zcaprd7

I wonder what my old slow cooker would do temperature wise, on "low" with a few litres of water?

cowbutt

I've been tempted, but haven't yet buckled. Read the reviews if you're mostly interested in sous vide cooking: some are of the view that a wand will do a better job.

zcaprd7

Tempted, very tempted, would I need a bagging device as well?

Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker Nano & Vacuum Sealer Bundle £156.75 at Sous Chef
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Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker Nano & Vacuum Sealer Bundle £156.75 at Sous Chef£156.75£208.9925% off Free P&P FreeSous Chef Deals
This seems like a pretty good bundle deal which includes: Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker Nano Anova Sous Vide Vacuum Sealer The precision cooker nano heats and circulates t… Read more
mailandy2

Thanks for this. I went hunting on the Anova site and decided on the V2 which, after the code shipped at just under £99. Probably should have spent a bit more for the new one but they look quite similar - no wi-fi.

ALYMAC76

Is this deal still active?

aliturner1303

Cheaper direct with Anova. Not a hot deal

heavywater

£134 direct from Anova using code ANOVA10: https://anovaculinary.com/deals/

leshark84

Unfortunately it's a poor choice of stock images and wording on the website. If you look on Amazon you will see the 220V volt versions are both pictured with US style plugs. A friend of mine that purchased this deal just opened up his order and confirmed both items are fitted with a standard UK 3 pin plug and rated 220V.